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Gorgo, the story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame: An exciting fresh addition to your 2022 library

Gorgo: The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame, is a wholesome mysterious dark humour fiction written about the mystical creature medusa and the events that lead to her death.

Gorgo by Mariam Emily envelopes a story that begins with love, desires, greed, and sadness and resolves comically brought to life in Gorgo: the story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.

The writer, Mariam Emily, embraced her dark humour in transcribing the events, characters and personalities of her character in the book, which will allow the reader to contemplate laughter or tears.

“My favourite thing about being a writer is that every little detail fits into a beautiful story.”

Mariam Emily.

Readers will laugh at a situation that is not funny and frown at a serious event that is

hilarious.

 Ruger is the most relatable character in Gorgo, the story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.

“Ruger was a complex man with several secrets, starting from his mysterious wealth to the reason he was toothless. Ironically, Ruger was an open book kept hidden in a library, except they misplaced its keys at the bottom of the Pacific.” Gorgo: The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.

Count Ruger is an example of how a person becomes open and breaks the ice and establishes a friendship or gets to know them. Count Ruger’s salty personality is visible to all who cross him. Count Ruger was hardened because of the ghetto life he lived. His greed and his “by all means” attitude. He takes care of the orphaned daughter of the nobles he served.

The main character, Gorgo

Gorgo, The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.
Gorgo: The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame

“Perhaps I ended the lives of tens of men, but that’s exceedingly open to question. No man ever died by my hands.”

Gorgo

The main character, Gorgo, is sure to create a debate among the readers. If she is a villain who tells her story to gain the sympathy of her readers or if Gorgo: The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame is a perfect example of the saying “we are the heroes of our own story.” Some readers will agree with the sympathy play because after Gorgo blatantly denied and played down taking lives, she had blood on her hands.

“I believe it is unfair to be judged by a few dark hours. Being called evil is a tad overboard if you ask me, and it’s almost as if they cannot look beyond my darkest hours. Those were regrettable hours. Honestly, I am not proud of them. Notwithstanding, I still wouldn’t change anything in this dark, gloomy life.” Gorgo, The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.

Changing the point of view for a story changes the hearts, which is why a lot of the readers would be siding with the fifteen-year-old girl who wanted nothing but to work for the extravagant life she deserves but ended up in a three-hundred-year-old squabble.

“I was beautiful, and I knew it, so I lived a life that matched my beauty. Just like me, my hobbies and indulgence were larger-than-life. I picked something that made me the centre of attention for my career.”

Gorgo

The resolve and the Bitter-sweet in Gorgo

The ending of the book Gorgo: The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame, is not a happy ending as was portrayed by the writer. The end is purely “making lemonade out of lemons.” Although, it remains a perfect depiction of how the events in our lives may not be the way we want until we view things differently.  

Gwyneth was one of the good ones, beautiful in appearance and lovely in her soul. Some days, I wish to be as kind as she was. Gwyneth was ready to do whatever it took to make everyone around her, especially her mother, happy. Gwyneth bore the purest heart, but she always stood by Mrs Briggs’ deceptiveness for the love she had for her.

The women on Sarde Island from Gorgo, The story of Medusa, the Half-beast dame.
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